Monthly Archives: July 2011

15,000 Reasons to Sing!

This week the BUSHTV crew visited Glenmore State School and did a presentation to the kids about a career in the media and also made a Murri Minute TV segment with them. Students were in the middle of practicing ‘Hands … Continue reading

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Singing and Dancing the Rainbow Serpent on Mornington Island

I am currently making a doco about the amazing Mornington Island dancers. The groups passion and dedication is infectious and now they have engaged one of Australia’s most promising young Aboriginal choreographers Jacob Boehme many of the Islands young people … Continue reading

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Dancer, Songman and Lore Man, Mutchdan – Joel Ngallemetta

I just spent NAIDOC at the Townsville Correctional Centre and had the pleasure of working with Joel Ngallemetta. He was there visiting as a mentor and dancer for the prisoners and gave me a hand with my filming. There is … Continue reading

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